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Deep Tropics festival is coming to Nashville

Kelleigh Michanichou

NASHVILLE, TN – The third edition of the Deep Tropics Festival is coming back to Nashville on Aug. 27-28, 2021. Deep Tropics is a deeply cultured festival with a mission to be the greenest festival in the United States.

The Deep Tropics team wants to create a balance as a response to some of the most critical personal, social, and ecological crises around the world, so the team members created Deep Culture. Deep Culture is a non-profit organization that builds experiences like no other. It emphasizes the importance of the transformation of self, community, and planet. The main goal of Deep Culture is to build life-sustaining systems that integrate the needs of society while still preserving nature.

In order to accomplish the mission, the organizer has created some initiatives such as integrating renewable energy into the festival infrastructure, building art installations with sustainable materials such as hempcrete and aircrete, using reusable plates, cups and utensils and providing sustainable transportation incentives such as free bike/skate-board check.

The festival partners with Green Disco to launch an eco-band concept that engages fans and artists to learn about the sustainability goals of the festival. The Deep Tropics will be audited by a non-profit international event certification body that will provide CO2 analysis and an environmental impact assessment of the event.

Big line-ups are prepared to entertain the visitors such as Cassian, Charles The First, Claude Vonstroke, Clozee, DJ Seinfeld, Dombresky, Escape, Hourglass, and many more. Other than music concerts, Deep Tropics also creates off-site pre-parties, late nights, workshops, as well as opportunities to connect throughout the weekend. The event will be located at Bicentennial Capitol Mall Skate Park, 600 James Robertson Parkway Nashville. You can visit their official on and Instagram to learn more about the festival.

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